Institutional Accountability & Curriculum Support

Institutional Accountability & Curriculum Support

Institutional Effectiveness


  • Accountability Management System - or AMS, a web-based software which facilitates institutional effectiveness, strategic planning, and learning outcomes assessment processes for the campus.  It enables CTC to coordinate our planning, improvement, and accountability processes in real time across all locations, programs, and departments of the college.
  • Grants - Home for grants all things grant related. Search for funding opportunities, get help with the application process, and information on reporting and accountability after the award.
  • Institutional Research - The mission of the Office of Institutional Research is to provide Central Texas College decision makers with accurate, comprehensible, and timely information to facilitate data-informed decision making and to satisfy State and Federal accountability requirements.
  • Learning Outcomes Assessment - The area of Learning Outcomes Assessment (LOA) is responsible for coordinating CTC student learning outcomes assessment data with enthusiasm and professionalism to enhance the CTC student learning experience and deliver quality reporting results of assessment analysis.
  • Quality Enhancement Plan - Central Texas College’s SACSCOC reaffirmation process includes creating and implementing a quality enhancement plan, the intent being to improve student learning and success. The QEP topic is FAST: Faculty Advise and Students Thrive.
  • Strategic Planning - At the heart of CTC's strategic plan are its guiding principles: the mission, vision, and values. Our current strategic plan creates a vision for the college through the year 2018: Strategic Plan 2013-2018.
  • Student Achievement - Find performance metrics on critical measures of student success: Texas Higher Education Data, Online Institutional Resume, Licensure Rates, Transfer Student Success.

Instructional Program Support Services


  • Educational Programs - Policy Statement and Position Paper Education Program and Support Services, Education Program Guidelines (EPG), and Instructor Qualification and Approval Procedures (Policy 160).
  • Curriculum Management - Various curriculum management resources to include course syllabi, instructional materials, course approval and development forms, SCANS competencies, advisory and curriculumn review committees.
  • University Parallel - ACGM, articulation agreements, associate of arts and science degrees, and core curriculum.
  • Workforce Education - Annual data profile, associate of applied science, capstone courses, Carl D. Perkins Grant, GIPWE, and WECM.
  • State Agency Complaint Contacts - Students unable to resolve a complaint or grievance through the Central Texas College complaint and grievance process should contact the appropriate State Agency.